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Saudi Arabia Opens New ‘Green Card’ Residency That Doesn’t Require a Kafeel

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Saudi Arabia Opens New ‘Green Card’ Residency That Doesn’t Require a Kafeel

Business visionaries and capital financial specialists are in for uplifting news as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has reported an uncommon Green Card residency plot where an exile never again requires a Saudi boss or support (Kafeel).

The progression has been taken to draw in progressively gifted exiles and capital supports proprietors as Saudi Arabia’s Shoura Council endorsed the new framework on Wednesday.

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To be qualified for the program, the emigrants need no criminal record, legitimate international ID, wellbeing report, and a credit report. There are two classifications that require a particular charge, including a brief Iqama and an all-encompassing Iqama.

The new framework accompanies a large group of advantages for the Iqama holders:

  • Utilization of assigned lines at airport terminals
  • The opportunity of development and exit from the Kingdom and return
  • Work in the private area, trade, and industry
  • Ownership of residency and transport
  • Capacity to enlist labourers

The new framework replaces the decades-old Kafala framework where the occupants needed support or business known as ‘kafeel’ amid the agreement time frame.

Saba Ghani
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